San Francisco Bike Rental from Fisherman's Wharf

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  • Live Guide
  • Instant Confirmation
  • E-Ticket
  • 24 hr

Pedal around San Francisco on an independent bike tour — a fun, flexible, active way to sightsee. With this 24-hour bike rental from Fisherman’s Wharf or Union Square, visit San Francisco attractions of your choice including Golden Gate Park, the Presidio, Alamo Square and Haight-Ashbury, using your handy city map and suggested bike routes. Friendly staff will show you route directions and give you maps before departure, and en-route assistance is just a phone call away if you need help during your trip!

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Blazing Saddles Bike Rentals and Tours

This self-guided bike rental has everything you need for an awesome day of exploring San Francisco! Pick up your bike at Fisherman’s Wharf or Union Square from the original "Bike The Bridge" company - with over 30 years in business, this company has the professionalism and experience to ensure you have an incredible adventure.

Friendly staff will show you route directions and give you a safety orientation to make sure you're comfortable on your new ride. With your choice of a comfort bike, tandem, electric bike, or kid's bike, the perfect bike for every rider awaits! Each rental includes a helmet, bike lock, bike bell, and a rear rack and bungee cord for backpacks. City map and route layouts in hand, set off to explore San Francisco by bike!

From Fisherman’s Wharf, you can take the car-free National Park bike path on a mostly flat route along the waterfront and through Fort Mason, the Marina, the Presidio and historic Fort Point. Pedal onto the Golden Gate Bridge to enjoy sweeping views of the city skyline, Alcatraz Island, and more! Once you've crossed the bridge, you can explore the charming bayside town of Sausalito, the continue on to see California’s famous redwood trees in Mill Valley at the base of Mt Tamalpais. From there, you can continue to Tiburon or cycle back. Ferry service is available from either Sausalito or Tiburon, and you'll also have the option to take your bicycle onto to the ferry to return to San Francisco. 

If you prefer a more urban adventure, you can get started near Union Square, then venture west on bike-friendly Market Street over to ‘The Wiggle,’ a flat route to Golden Gate Park that’s popular with local cyclists. On the way, take a snapshot of the iconic Victorian ‘Painted Ladies’ at Alamo Square, then detour over to the Haight-Ashbury district to say hello to the hippies. Cruise through Golden Gate Park and over to Ocean Beach for amazing views of the Pacific Ocean, then continue onto the Golden Gate Bridge from there.

Keep your bike for up to 24 hours to continue exploring at your own pace, following your own customized itinerary. Whenever you're ready to return, just bring the bike back to your starting location, where you'll have after-hours bike return options in case you want to stay out late!
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